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We feature interviews with education thought leaders, founders of ed-tech companies, chief education officers, education start-ups with purpose and meaning as well as professors in higher education. We also cover a lot of social good stories. The founder, Robyn Shulman, was recently featured as a top education journalist on Cision's Influencer's Blog.

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How To Pay Your Rent And Other Bills When You’re Low on Cash

You work a full-time job, or maybe you’re in college, and you try to be responsible with your money, but this month you came up […]

What’s Wrong with Kids Today?

  By Ryan L. Schaaf Many educators share great concern about their students’ lack of ability to learn the way others did in the past. […]

Teaching Kids about Innovation

  By Charles Sosnik Recently I had the opportunity to reconnect with an old friend, Chris Besse. I met Chris a few years ago when […]

Unlocking the Gate to Better Learning

  By LeiLani Cauthen To “ungate” in software is to allow a user to proceed to the next level or into a new section. In some […]

Understanding the Causes of Teenage Suicide

  By Franklin P. Schargel Editor’s Note: This is part one in a series on the causes and prevention of teenage suicide. Suicide is now […]

Why Today’s Math Textbooks Just Don’t Add Up

  By Al Noyes Pick up a traditional high school mathematics textbook and you’ll see that it was authored by a number of collegiate luminaries, […]

How Song-Writing and Music Technology Inspires Learning in Kids in Juvenile Detention Settings

  By Kat Crawford The more than 60,000 young people that are incarcerated in secure facilities, residences and group homes are learning in alternative-education settings […]

What Are My Options After High School?

When high school is finally over, what should you do next? Typically, most will respond and say that going to a traditional university is the […]

You Can Attend College Anytime & You Don’t Have To Rush

Today, more people than ever before are going back to school. Regardless of your age, gender, or location, if you feel the burning need to […]

Does Child Privacy Even Matter?

  By Charles Sosnik I’ve written quite a bit about children’s privacy, including what I thought was a scathing piece on Google and Education. The […]

Why It’s Time We Take Another Look At School Lunches

Many people agree that school lunches need reform. Food served in school cafeterias has a reputation for being unappealing and unappetizing, and the problem is […]

The Human EdTech for Diversity

  By LeiLani Cauthen   Technology dominates the education landscape discussion. It can bridge language-learning gaps and increase access with automation so fine that it […]

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